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Radio Noon Montreal | Sep 19, 2013 | 24:56

Anti-immigrant confrontations multiply

Over the past weeks there have been a number of race and religious related confrontations. Most recently vandals targeted a Turkish Bath in Lasalle. Vandals sprayed, "Go back to you country" and "PQ".

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